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with a september 11, murder of four americans in benghazi. susan rice yesterday withdrew her name from consideration to be secretary of state. the move comes after weeks of criticism over comments that she made regarding the attack in benghazi, and an interview with brian williams, ambassador rice was asked if she was blameless for the controversy. >> i don't think that anybody is ever wholly blameless. but i didn't do anything wrong. i didn't mislead. i did not misrepresent. i did the best with the information that the united states government had at the time. lou: here is what ambassador rice did say. on september 16, only five days after benghazi meant to the best information and best assessment we have today, is that, in fact, this was not a pre-planned or premeditated attack. that would have been initially was a spontaneous reaction to what had just transpired in cairo, egypt. as a consequence of the video. >> as she said, no one has been blameless. joining us now is the fox news middle east analyst. it is great to have you with us. what is your reaction first to her claim that sh
/11 /12 in benghazi. [inaudible] yards away. we must revive the ban on these adult suspects. i don't want to. >> >> >> deemphasize the drug culture and americans and so we have this crisis mr. mayor of plants closing when the cheap labor markets, jobs leaving, drugs and guns coming. that requires a national effort by all of us. while i reach out to you in san francisco those that hear my voice please stop the killing. please stop drug flow. please give peace a chance. in this instance means that labor unions, trade unions must open up and provide more training so they can lay a brick. it means that the education system must instill the value of strong minds and that brings strong change. take your child to school. meet your child's teachers. exchange numbers. turn the tv off at night. take a report card every nine weeks and take your child to religious celebration once a week. most of the violence is from the bottom up, not top down. mothers say something like "i'm going to beat you boy. i'm going to beat you so the police don't have to do it one day". it was their own w
, as expected, be testifying on capitol hill about the events in benghazi. so for secretary clinton's account of the events ab as she perceived them in washington. we will have to wait longer. >> i think members can wait considering her illness and hope back to tip top shape soon. >> we hope so. >> of the nation grieves including a visibly upset president obama. what is the president calling for in the wake of the shooting? >> they had their entire lives ahead of them, birthdays, graduations, weddings, kids are gone. >> and an incident like this could test one's faith. we'll hear from the monsignor providing support and comfort to the residents of newtown. energy is being produced to power our lives. while energy development comes with some risk, north america's natural gas producers are committed to safely and responsibly providing generations of cleaner-burning energy for our country, drilling thousands of feet below fresh water sources within self-contained well systems. and, using state-of-the-art monitoring technologies, rigorous practices help ensure our operations are safe and clean fo
the policy and what the findings were in benghazi. the secretary of cia did to the go. and so susan rice did. on that fateful sunday after the ambassador's assassination. i think that's probably the first example, first lesson. she was out there by herself. i mean make no mistake about it. the chorus of support was pretty muted. and when the iticism came she-- the president said she was extraordinary and got a big hand at a cabinet meeting but i didn't see anything further organized on her behalf. an there were obviously beyond john mccain's own apparent vendetta from the 2008 campaign, there was when you get susan collins and people like that starting to line up against you, i mean it seemed to be a building that was going to be a tough fight. >> i would just say she was not her, she became i think for the opponents a symbol of the libya policy which a lot of people didn't like the way the libya thing was handled even before benghazi. and so if should not reflect on her professionalism and competence but she became a symbol. >> woodruff: we'll find out in a few days whether it's john kerry
the house and senate panel on the benghazi attack and haeg healing from the concussion and in a statement that says, quote, while suffering from a stomach virus, secretary clinton became die hydrated suffering a concussion and she's continuing to be monitored by her doctors, end quote. wish her the best. >> jamie: and also, well, as we reported earlier this hour, there are a lot of new details emerging about the heroism of teachers and faculty who literally put themselves between themselves and the gunman and barricading themselves. and a librarian says she heard a scuffle on the intercom and called the office and the secretary told her as the incident was going on there's an incident going on in the school and she huddled with students in a storage room until the police arrived and parents rushed to the scene hoping and praying that their child was one of the ones that survived. my next guest's eight-year-old daughter attended sandy elementary and survived the shooting. and brenda tells what her child experienced. we're gritful that your daughter survived and only imagine how your heart
week on capitol hill about the events in benghazi. back to you in new york. >> rick: just in regarding the testimony that was expected from the secretary on capitol hill, we're hearing from the chairwoman of the house foreign affairs committee of florida who is saying while she certainly sorry that secretary clinton is sick, she still expects her to testify in person in front of the house committee. we'll keep following this story and bring you more as we get it. >> jamie: the tragedy at sandy hook elementary is shining a light on school safety. that school had reportedly installed a new security system and did conduct regular lockdown drills. despite the precautions, the gunman still found and forced his way in according to authorities. joining me is a former detective and tom, it's time that we call you to ask you as parents and americans we can do to keep our kids safer. could it have been prevented? >> no. there are certain events that happen in this world. we have very sick people, evil people around this world who are looking to do harm. we can't protect everything. you can't pro
been scheduled thursday about the deadly attack in benghazi, libya. >>> in south africa, former president nelson mandela is recovering from surgery to have gallstones removed. mr. mandela has been in the hospital since last weekend due to a recurring lung infection. officials say the operation today was a success. >>> in egypt, president mohamed morsi cast his ballot today for a new draft constitution. voters there deciding whether the controversial document will go into effect. the days leading up to today's vote have been marred by many protests and violence. back to you, soledad. >>> we know that there was a report that a relative of the shooter said that he suffered -- the shooter suffered some, quote, kind of autism. we want to get to dr. mac wh whiznitser, an autism expert at a hospital in cleveland. and he provided some more clarification for us on this. thanks for being with us. i appreciate it. i think this brings us into a conversation about mental illness and about something else which i guess is developmental, which is autism. my nephew is autistic, so i know a littl
said on several sunday morning tv shows about benghazi, the attack in libya that ended up costing the lives of four americans. but by the time that whole thing played out, it was pretty clear that she was reading talking points that were put together by the intelligence community. she had very little, if nothing to do with embassy security itself. she happened to be on those shows themselves because secretary clinton had just come back from a trip and said she was too tired to go on them. there was more under way here though. part of it was a little bit of her style, which was very confrontational one and that probably didn't serve her all that well when she went up to capitol hill a few weeks ago and tried to talk this out between senator john mccain, lindsey graham, others who had opposed her. little bit of it was the white house i think after president obama came out very strongly in her support. she was afterall one of the first people to sign on to his foreign policy team when he was a pretyim probable candidate. after that, the white house did not come out in sort of a full-
'll be able to testify at the hearings on benghazi scheduled for later this week and who might replace her at the department of state you won't take my life. you won't take our future. aids affects us all. even babies. chevron is working to stop mother-to-child transmission. our employees and their families are part of the fight. and we're winning. at chevron nigeria, we haven't had a reported case in 12ears. aids is strong. aids is strong. but we are stronger. and aids... ♪ aids is going to lose. aids is going to lose. ♪ >> bill: our continuing coverage of the school tragedy here in newtown, connecticut, continues. the medical examiner two hours ago was asked where the young boys and girls were shot. his answer was one word. everywhere. when you listen to what he says about the examination of the six and seven-year-old boys and girls and their bodies and the condition in which they were found, it is stunning and we're going to have a bit more of that a bit later in our program. but there is some other news making headlines now. sources telling fox news that president obama is expected
recovers completely. we assume she will. she was supposed to testify on december 20th on the benghazi. i assume she's in no situation to go to capitol hill and testify. >> it sounds like from what her doctors are saying is they want her at home for about a woeek. >> let her rest and recover. i traveled with her on one trip to france and i saw how hard she works. >> tire you out even, wolf in. >> i was exhausted but she kept on moving and moving. we, of course, wish secretary of state hillary clinton a speedy recovery. she's suffering from a stomach virus, became dehydrated, fainted, and sustained a concussion. she's at home recouping and doctors are taking care of her. >>> we're here in connecticut. we're watching this horrific tragedy unfold. there is new information coming out. we're standing by, by the way, for a news conference. we expect to get the names of the victims. 20 children, for example, 20 of those 26 people shot in this elementary school behind me here in connecticut. we're going to get those names fairly soon. this is a massacre that has resonated not only here but around
states. we're almost two years into it. look at libya, benghazi. overflow into places like mali where al qaeda is controlling territory. egypt, bahrain, yemen, syria. the place, the place is really a mess and i don't think the administration's policies have been very effective. they oversold what they thought would happen in this part of the world. we have real challenges to american interests right there right now. adam: i don't know if you can answer this question in 30 seconds if you were president obama with egypt and syria falling apart, what do you do? >> oh gosh in 30 seconds. i don't know how you talk about that but you've to be proactive as opposed to reactive. you can't allow these things to kind unfold without taking, taking measures, economic, diplomatic, potentially militariliry little to shape the future of american interests in that part of the world. i can't go through all that in 30 seconds. you can't be reactive but you need to be proactive not assuming things will go your way. adam: peter brookes. hopefully we have a discussion in the future and things don't actually d
've been told they have been reviewing and updating the benghazi report. that report was supposed to come out, come to her this week. she was supposed to testify at two very high profile hearings, senate and house hearings on the benghazi investigation this coming thursday. now obviously that is not going to take placement whether they have that hearing and have someone substitute for her is another question. but she is going to remain home all week. and apparently fell and suffered a concussion as a result of her dehydration from this stomach virus. alex? >> andrea, so you described her, she has a work horse ethic. i'm sure saturday at the office is not unique to her. so you can confirm she was not at the office, she was at home when this accident happened? >> reporter: yes. that she has been home according to the state department, she's been home since she returned from that trip about a week ago. and then did not depart again, i think she returned friday night from overseas, was supposed to leave again on monday. we all saw her last at the kennedy -- before that trip at the kennedy hon
are seeing with susan rice in benghazi where people live saying, okay, she might have done it, but it is not important so how do we prioritize information to make sure that we are seeing the world correctly or events in the world correctly? it seems like that is an issue that is relevant then and now. >> one piece of good news is that sense september 11th a lot of people have become very, very interested in the middle east, and they never were before. there were forced to become interested in the middle east. not long ago i asked professor lewis was born in 1916, very, very few people in the west when he was. did you ever think that your field would become so important there would be such interest in
20th on the benghazi killing of the four americans including the u.s. ambassador, state department report about to released on what exact hi happened. she obviously can't do that. they've announced she can't appear p appear. she's sending two deputies. >> that's the brain rest. recovering from a concussion would not -- that would not be on the agenda. >> assume it's a mile concussion. she's at home, not in the hospital. they determined she had a concussion. brain rest is very important. but how long? how long should somebody avoid any mental real strenuous activity? >> what you want to do is trial somebody. so you might -- my guess is what has happened she continued to have symptoms after this, maybe headache, maybe blurriness of vision, it did not clear as quickly as they would have liked. they determined it was a concussion. you slowly reintroduce activity, allow someone to start reading, engaging in exercise, and seeing if any of the symptoms come back. if they come back, you're back on rest again. so it can be back and forth for a little bit. my guess is a week. that's typicall
hearings, all kinds of speeches, all kinds of accusations in the benghazi matter. let's see what the congress does now. and certainly, the president will provide the kind of leadership that is necessary. but it is time. after tucson, after arizona, a member of congress was shot in the head, and there was no response on the issue of gun safety and gun regulations by the united states congress. so we don't need anymore speeches. we need action. we've tried, many of us at the local level and certainly mayor bloomberg and mayor menino, their partnership, mayors against illegal guns. these guns, it's reported, were legally purchased, but obviously, improperly used. clearly, should have been locked up. the gun is gentleman is reported to have maybe have had some mental health challenges. so why would you leave that kind of weaponry, that kind of firepower available to someone who may be struggling from a mental health standpoint? so all of us have a responsibility here, everyone needs to get involved, the american people have had enough. their voices need to be heard and congress needs
on what went wrong in benghazi. that's one big thing. she is -- she had a concussion, we are told. she fainted after being dehydrated from a result of that stomach flu we were told about last monday when unexpectedly secretary clinton postponed a trip to places in the region for suggestions on the syrian opposition. in her place, veteran diplomat deputy secretary william burns went in hjertstedt. she's just come back from a rip during which she and head of policy planning and other top officials all got sick. so that was hornlgly postponed from monday to tuesday. then clear she was not going to be well enough in turn they -- the trip would be taken instead by her deputy. it is not clear when she actually fell and how long she has been suffering from the concussion. it is very, very difficult to get information on her actual health because they are being very, very privilege at about it. >> butter with to understand that she's at home recovering right now. andrea mitchell, thank you so much. if there is an update do come back. >>> up next, we will bring you more on the latest in the inv
was not. i was talking about benghazi. >> you do not use the word immigration. >> it came up a little bit. it came up in the following way. people wanted to know that the president cared about the issue. they wanted to understand not -- why it had not been achieved in his first term. this served almost the same function i view, that of a threshold issue. if they are ok on immigration, they will listen to the rest of it. if you're not, they will not listen to the rest of it. but not think it is fully the problem. it served a little bit in this anecdotal evidence derived from interviews. it was an issue. it was almost a euro can this issue. >> alphonso. what did you do on your thoughts and vacation? i know you organize an independent television ad campaign in nevada. explain to us what that means. how does that word? how does it work? what did the election but like stick to your personal experience and then we will broaden it out. >> the great thing is that it is independent. i'm not here to defend the romney campaign. we realized we needed to do something different. the latino vote would b
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